2016 Nissan 370Z NISMO
From The Car Connection:
Nissan’s latest Z car is arguably the best to date. Over the course of this generation, the current 370Z has built on its long heritage, resulting in a thoroughly modern sports car with excellent driving dynamics and (mostly) excellent ride quality. The base car is available in either coupe or convertible form.
Fiat kick-started itself here in the U.S. with a pair of European twins--the tiny 500 hatchback and the bigger 500L. Now it has a real chance to win over American car buyers with its first small crossover SUV.
It’s fair to say that teenage drivers and twenty-something men carry a reputation for being especially ticket-prone. But that might be an unfair impression, as they’re not the age group that gets the most tickets—and a look at new survey results reaches some very different conclusions.
2016 Ford Taurus (Chinese spec)
Ford has pulled the covers off its all-new Taurus ahead of the car’s official world debut tomorrow at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show. This is the classic nameplate’s first appearance in China, a market where comfy, large sedans like the Taurus are still popular, and the version being shown in Shanghai has been developed with a focus on the Chinese market.
BMW’s all-new, sixth-generation 7-Series flagship sedan is almost here, with the reveal scheduled to take place this summer before an official world debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show in September. Today, however, we have an early look at many of the technological elements that will feature in the new car.
It took Mercedes-Benz close to a decade to come out with a rival for the BMW X6, which came earlier this year in the form of the 2016 GLE Coupe. But with BMW now offering an X4 as well, Mercedes isn’t wasting any time in developing a smaller companion for its own coupe-like crossover.
2016 Chevrolet Volt
From Green Car Reports:
These days, waiting for a new car is akin to the anticipation surrounding a Hollywood blockbuster. First come the teases, then more substantive trailers, perhaps followed by a lengthier preview or two, and finally, the main attraction.
What if you could take a powerful but thirsty muscle car and significantly lower its tailpipe emissions--while adding even more power? That could very well be the best of both worlds.
With epic smog in the Los Angeles Basin, the state of California has led the nation's charge to reduce emissions from road vehicles for more than half a century. And it is now state policy to reduce emissions of climate-change gases, primarily carbon dioxide, from its 30 million-plus road vehicles by a whopping 80 percent by 2050.